Given the recent guidelines issued from the ADA, Colorado Surgical Arts has made a decision to temporarily put our elective procedures on hold. We want to ensure that we are readily available to treat all urgent cases. Any patient with pain, swelling, or experiencing an active infection is considered an urgent case.
Our practice hours remain the same. Should we need to change our availability for any reason, our team will notify you. You can also visit our website, at any time, for our most up-to-date hours.
Thank you for your continued support as we work together during this unprecedented time. As always, please don’t hesitate to contact our team with any questions
Colorado Surgical Arts is committed to providing a safe environment for our patients and team members. With the increase in Coronavirus diagnoses, we are taking extraordinary measures to protect the health of our patients and employees while maintaining business as usual. We are monitoring the situation daily and referring to current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control “CDC”, OSHA, and the World Health Organization, among other sources and guidelines. We are committed to reassessing the situation and adjusting our plans accordingly, as needed.
Colorado Surgical Arts is currently taking the following measures of precaution:
Enhanced patient screening both on the phone and upon entering our facilities
Increased Infectious control measures including, but not limited to:
Increased frequency of cleaning, hand washing, and sanitization
Monitoring of patients for temperature or other symptoms
Best practice health tips have been shared with our team members and we continue to update them daily
While we continue to serve our patients, we anticipate no impact to our service at this time. Colorado Surgical Arts is confident that we have the protocols in place to ensure our team members and patients are safe. We have increased channels of communication, and as always, prioritize the safety and health of our patients.